It is not God’s will for you to continue to sin and he has made it clear in his word by saying “sin no more” (John 8:11).
Consider the illustration of a man whose roof was leaking. Every time it leaked it spoiled the floor in the room and that man would wipe the floor. It was leaking so many times that the over time that man got tired of cleaning and he decided that to fix the roof was better than cleaning the floor. So he fixed the roof and was free from cleaning the floor after that.
God is wiser than all men, he not only forgives us but he has also made a plan to fix us so that we do not continue to sin. When we were saved God cleanses us and sets us free from our past sins like cleaning the floor after a leak. Forgiveness of sins is just the beginning of salvation. Forgiveness is just a part of salvation. Just as the wise man fixed the roof and made it a permanent fix, God is also transforming us by changing into the Holy, pure likeness of his sinless son Jesus (2 Corinthians 3:18). This process is the last part called Sanctification meaning to become free from an attitude of sin and to be Holy like God. Sanctification occurs when we submit to the Holy Spirit’s guidance, then God’s power and grace will help us to overcome sin and become holy.
1Peter 2:1-2 So put away all malice and all deceit and hypocrisy and envy and all slander. Like newborn infants, long for the pure spiritual milk, that by it you may grow up into salvation